Hamilton: Make Your Summer Enjoyable Here

Hamilton is one of the popular tourist places famous for its culture, history and waterfalls. We went to Hamilton after visiting Toronto.

Places to visit

We started off the visit at the confederation park spread across 93 hectares and is located on the Lake Ontario. The brunch is had there was delicious. The next day we had free booked a visit to the adventure village where we played golf, rock climbing and took a bumper car rider. They also offer the arcade, gemstone mining and batting cages. We visited many waterfalls like waterfalls of Hamilton, Tiffany Falls, Albion falls, and Tewa falls. We walked from the Christie Lake to Tewa falls. The charge per person was 5 bucks per person. Waterfalls of Hamilton were very near to it, but parking can be the tricky part with it. We visited the Cathedral Basilica.  We visited HMCS National historic site which is in actuality the WW2 Tribal class destroyer now turned into a memorial and naval museum. If you wish to know about crews, naval ships, vessels, and other war details, it is a must visit. It is quite confusing, so keep your tiny tots along. The scenery at the Bayfront Park is very soothing.

We loved doing skating in coronation arena. You will love the kitchen garden at Dundurn and Royal botanical gardens. My husband tried a hand at ax throwing at BATL (BAckyard Ax Throwing League) while our daughter enjoyed pizzas there. Yeah, ax throwing is legal there. The draught beer served at their local beer was awesome. The instructors are quite friendly there. Gage park located on the main street East is a must visit owing to blooming flowers and old shady trees. Their kid’s area is lovely. Check for festivals when you visit it. Theatre Aquarius is too inexpensive for its worth. We loved the performance of Christo Graham.